The last thing you want to hear as a homeowner is the fact that you need to invest in pipe repair of a full on sewer repair. This happens particularly when your sewer is over 40 years old. But it doesn’t have to be such a dreadful experience at all, and there are steps you can take in order to minimize the impact and cost of repairs or replacements. One of those ways is trenchless pipe repair.
In an Angie’s List poll, 78% of respondents admitted that they had no idea that there was “no dig” sewer technology even though it’s been used for more than 10 years. The truth is, while trenchless methods of pipe replacements may cost more up front, they save you a ton of money on the overall cost of the project. This is because they don’t have to tear up your yard to get the sewer repairs done. You won’t have to spend time and money after the repairs or installation to redo landscaping. Instead, you can go back to your life with the peace of mind that the sewer is fixed and done.
Trenchless methods are done using various methods. They first use a sewer camera inspection to figure out what the problem is. They can then use that camera to further hone in on the issue, and to guide them while they make the repairs. The sewer repair contractor never has to dig because they have everything they need right in front of them!
While it is understandable to want to put off sewer replacements and repairs, it is not advisable. Getting the repairs done as soon as possible ensures that problems stay isolated, rather than spreading further. Leaving it without the necessary repairs can cause larger issues that will ultimately cost you even more time and money. Finding the right contractor is the key to a good experience here, so do your research, and get it done as soon as you can!